Support to implement JChat Server Resilient Architecture
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Strong knowledge and practical experience (a minimum of 12 months in the last 24 months) in using M‐LINK 16, M‐LINK 17 and Openfire 4.5;
Strong knowledge and practical experience with M‐LINK and Openfire clustering;
Significant knowledge and practical experience in the area of M‐Link and Openfire testing;
Significant experience in the area of computer networks, including DNS, domains, PKI certificates, network designs;
Experience with the use of XMPP;
A flexible, cooperative and customer focussed attitude;
High standards for quality and quantity; monitors and maintains quality and productivity; works in a systematic, methodical and orderly way;
Fluency in English.
Offering support in building of a more resilient architecture that can be used to migrate from single node M‐LINK 17.0v2, single node Openfire 4.5.1 to a multi‐node M‐LINK 17.0v14 clustered Openfire 4.6.0 architecture on the AMN and ITM infrastructure;
Developing test cases, executing tests and providing test results;
Exploring the resilience of the envisaged architecture by performing in depth analysis of the impact of changes to components within the architecture;
Exploring the resilience behaviour of application failures and network connections;
Exploring and reproducing reported problems and offering advice on the way ahead.